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this weekend. >> how you doing, kris? there has been some concern, it hasn't manifested itself yet. you look behind me, you can see the beaches, they are empty, the red flags meaning no swimming, as julie said are all up and down this beach, except for the unprotected beaches, i saw some surfers and swimmers early this morning 6:30, taking an early morning dip. here this is one of the hotels in long branch, and it is packed no ray is can city for this weekend an the manager told us no cancellations that is the same sort of thing we have heard from cape may to ocean and mon mouth counties. the economic impact not likely to happen. today, as julie suggested, there is going to be a period of to uncertainty and discomfort in the mid-atlantic states. those winds that are going to be tropical storm-force, 40 miles an hour or so, will likely hit here, the wing span of the storm is wide enough 150 miles, feel the winds here. no hurricane-force winds, even though they have been an emergency disaster declaration meaning they can close roads and open emergency shelters, not likely to be called in, no m
fix sacramento. and deliver results. meg whitman. for a new california. >>> good morning, i'm kris sanchez. next on "bay area sunday," an east bay killing spree could be answered. somewhere in this job fill. >>> and is jaws lurking just below bay area waters? >>> and an alcohol scene is brewing in one bay area city. why it could leave you in bad spirits. >>> good morning to you. take a live look at oakland. we see lots of haze there, but it is going to burn off and it's going to be nice and toasty for your labor day. i'm kris sanchez along with nbc bay area meteorologist craig herrera, and so that is good news, because we didn't get much of a summer. so we can at least he said end the summer with a bang. >> yeah, at least. you saw that shot, kris. lots of sunshine everywhere. not a whole lot of fog this morning. so you can tell, it's going to be a pretty warm day out there, and more so tomorrow. here are the headlines through today. some patchy fog along the coast, close to san francisco. warmer tomorrow than it is today, and then significant cooling on tuesday and wednesday. you'r
we have kris sneed in the traffic center with the conditions on the roads early. but first howard bernstein is here to say we are in for a spectacular day. >> i don't know which is better, traffic or weather because the construction is done. weather wise what a weekend we had. temperatures in the low 80s on saturday an sunday. humidity is down and that's how we start this morning for you. checking the temperatures. 63 here. coolest i could find is 41 in bradford. locally we are in the 50s. down to 50 in martinsburg. probably a couple of 40s out there in the mountain areas in west virginia, shenandoah valley. and warm spot, thanks to the warmer waters of the chesapeake. annapolis 68. tappahannock, 55. bill in newland 57. upper 60s by 9:00. upper 70s to near 80 at noon and we will say the 5:00 hour today. south winds five to ten. a picture perfect forecast for your holiday. how about the traffic? anything going on? >> one incident to talk about in the district. it's an accident investigation in northwest dc and new hampshire and missouri avenue. it will be closed for a while this mo
for joining us this morning. i'm kris sanchez along with meteorologist craig herrera. your job is never more important than on a holiday. >> especially this holiday, the end of summer, bash a you coos going. we'll have a lot of friends by tuesday. after that lots of cold air. today the weather headlines, somesh sunshines. tomorrow the same. labor day a couple of degrees warmer. you saw the cloud cover over san jose. there are no delays at sjc but at sfo. low ceilings. kris, we see the fog is 1,000 feet so if you expect somebody to fly in to sfo expect a delay. we have 50s for the north end of the bay. the visibility not an issue. san jose it's down to five miles, that ebs and flows as the wind and the fog comes in. temperatures 1 to 8 degrees cooler than this time yesterday. there is the visibility. notice san jose at the airport 5 miles. here is the forecast, 65 san francisco, 91, san ramon, 84 in san jose, and 86 through sonoma. kris, the middle of the week when i get the seven-day, quite a bit cooler. weekend looks great. >> we'll stay tuned. thank you, craig. this morning crews will cont
scenes. we've got team coverage of what investigators know so far. kris sanchez is outside the ranch 99 market in richmond where the suspect was found. but first, christie smith live in vallejo. christie, the story is literally changing by the minute. >> reporter: yeah. you know, every time we check into it, it just gets a little bit more bizarre. let me start by saying the latest turn of events happened when they went inside of the home of one of the missing women, and that led to the evacuation of this entire cud e cul-de-sac you see here behind me. at least five families are out of their homes this morning, because investigators told me they made the startling discovery of explosive-making materials inside the home, including materials labeled "composition c-4," blasting caps, and hundreds of bottles of what they described as unknown chemicals. again, for that reason, five homes here in vallejo evacuated this morning. investigators tell me this is the home of one of the missing women. she lived here and a friend came to see her days ago. both have not been seen since. now, the suspe
with a front that will cool us to the upper 70s by thursday. it is 5:18. kris sneed is watching the traffic this morning. >> reporter: good morning, howard. good news. new hampshire avenue and missouri avenue has been reopened. move over to 95 in virginia. going northbound from dumfries to the mixing bowl. looking good there. going to the graphic. inner and outer loop, no problems. nothing but green cars there. moving on, heading in to the district, across the sousa bridge this morning. you can see we have a wide open commute if you are heading in to dc. everything is looking good. outer loop in maryland, no problems from 95 to 260. clear commute there and finally fly 50 westbound. if you are coming from the bay bridge through bowie to the beltway, no problems. hov is still in affect on route 50 in maryland but clear on other roads. >> good reminder. >>> the first weekend of college football is not over yet. we will preview tonight's games involving three teams in the region coming up next in sports. >>> but first let's see who's celebrating a birthday chevy chase bank is becoming capital o
story of what happened as an alarm companies mistake kept the police from responding. kris van cleave reports. >> please, i have no idea if anybody broke into my house from three days ago. >> she is pleading with montgomery county police to check on her home after her alarm system went off while she was away on her honeymoon. >> i give you permission to go. you can go? >> not according to our policy. >> this is absurd! >> why? a comes down to this number. it is the registration number for her alarm. when it went off, adt services calls 911 and gives the wrong number. >> i am not showing a valid permit. >> for kate it was a big problem. >> i had just had my wedding and had a houseful of wedding presents. >> adt claims that both inaccurate and incomplete data was entered by a representative from protect your homes into the submission that was made to adt, specifically the permit number was not correct and contact list was not complete. >> if the alarm company had fulfilled its obligation and provided the proper registration number, the police would have, could have responded. >> by coun
be tied to the suspect, either dead or missing. and we continue our coverage now with nbc bay area's kris sanchez. she's live near richmond, where police there are looking for key pieces of evidence. kris? >> reporter: good morning, brent. this is still a very active, live investigation scene. this is where the suspect was shot dead by chp officers after failing to drop his weapon and menacing the chp officers. the folks inside are still looking for clues, but the bodies have just barely been removed by the corner. the vehicle, the suspect's vehicle is still here, crashed right into the front of the 99 ranch store. now, the two missing women that christie smith made mention of, they're not the only victims in this case. their families can still hope for the best and hope that they will make it home alive, but for the family of the girlfriend of the suspect, efren valdemoro, they know that the worst has come true. she was found murdered inside the vehicle that the suspect was driving, a green acura sedan that's crashed here into the market. chp officers tell me here this morning that she w
chains and you could be the big winner. nbc bay area's kris sanchez live in santa clara this morning where a potential grocery war could actually get under way. good morning. >> reporter: you know, a little competition is always good for the consumer. we always know that the more folks who are participating, the more folks, more options that folks have, the better the prices, generally, tend to be. and that is certainly going to be the case, down the road for bay area grocery shoppers. and aren't we all? this morning, in some communities there's only one store for miles, but that could soon change. the "contra costa times" is reporting this morning that new stores, big ones like kroger food company could give powerhouse safeway a little bit of competition. but smaller specialty stores are looking to inch in on the bay area grocery market as well. we're talking about stores like fresh n easy, which is opening seven stores in the east and south bay. sprouts farmer's market which is opening and henry's farmer's market which is coming to the table for the first time in the bay area as we
:84. kris sneed has one thing to tell you. >> we will tell you about a disabled on the inner loop. crews are there and should be cleared in a few minutes. don't want it to cause delays. this will flip over to the bay bridge. checking out 50 westbound hoar at the toll plaza. if you are making your way back this morning, remember, hov restrictions are affect throughout the day. right now all lanes are wide open. everything is looking good from the eastern shore across the bridge to the beltway. going to the district, we are checking out rock creek parkway, canal, lara barton, two-way traffic all day long. be aware of that. checking out the inner loop in virginia. not seeing problems from 95 to 66. and then finally 86 eastbound if you are make -- 66 eastbound if you are making your way to the beltway everything is clear there. >> thank you. >>> it is labor day. so just about every government office is closed except for a certain dmv offices in virginia. they will be opening in a couple of showers. kristin fisher is live with the reason. >> reporter: good morning, angie. i doubt that a trip
. thank you very much for joining us. i'm kris sanchez. >> i'm garvin thomas. brent and laura are off this morning so is rob. ria taormina is here with the forecast. >> those warm temperatures are gone along with labor day. some crisp numbers in today. not quite as high. right now the mid 50s. 55 in san francisco. 57 oakland. 50 in san jose. just about the same it was this time yesterday. a bit warmer in the north bay. but as the day goes on, things will be changing. winds are not bad. a bit more breezy than this time yesterday. i'll have more coming up and more weather. >> thank you very much. >>> new this morning, it could cost you more to settle up to the bar, one bay area city san francisco supervisors are talking about charging you more for alcohol. bob redell is live in san francisco with a look at what that could mean for your next cocktail. good morning, bob. >> reporter: good morning to you, kris. this is a proposed tax that could trickle down and make a night out on the town here in san francisco a bit more expensive for you, your date, your friends, whoever you are taking o
-270 in bethesda. we have live team coverage with a john gonzalez and kris van cleave. brad? >> well, it has become a federal investigation. the team met from the national transportation safety board arrived. they will look at the condition of the bus, the condition of the roadway, and the drivers medical history. the driver has been identified as a 66 year-old joseph a. clabaugh from hanovrer, pennsylvania. he was pronounced dead at the scene. he is the only fatality. when you see the video, you'll find that fact amazing. in the moments after the crash, rescue crews scrambled to tend to the wounded, most of whom were children. for those who rushed to help, that made it were. >> everybody was saying, get the kids up. i helped the first girl -- i held her. they were crying and bleeding. >> there were couple in shock. it was pretty bad. >> pamela was among the first to arrive on scene. she had been driving north when the bus nearly rolled into her path. >> i saw a big white man's come down over the overpass. it careened over. >> what the passengers told her is that they were from carli
and help with the clutter in the closet. kris sanchez shows us a nationwide swap site that could help you. >> reporter: baby kiley is so big and getting bigger every day, so is her 5-year-old sister, and that means mom has a growing problem, too. >> it seems like with two kids you are always overflowing with clothes. >> reporter: piles and piles of clothes that don't fit but still have life in them. born of this problem, the bay area's national online children's clothing swap. >> as soon as you register as a user on threadup.com you will receive shipping boxes. you take the box, fill it up with the clothing and you list it as available for a swap. when someone chooses your box as swap, the company will arrange for the pick up, and you leave it and the mailman picks it up. in the meantime you browse for boxes that you want sent to you. total cost, 13 bucks. >> once the kids are asleep, i'm watching my tv and on the internet searching. that's when i do my listing of boxes. i bring out my old clothes. i roll them up, put them in the box. >> reporter: members who join for free get a brief des
a nationwide swap site that could be just the right fit for you. kris sanchez shows us how it works. >> reporter: baby kylie is so big and getting bigger every day, so is her 5-year-old sister, and that means mom has a growing problem, too. >> it seems like with two kids you always are overflowing with clo clothes. >> reporter: piling of clothes that don't fit but still have life in them, and there's a national online children's clothing swap. as soon as you register on threadup.com. you take the box and stuff it full of the clothing that no longer fits your kids and list it as available for swap. whether someone chooses your as a swap, the company arranges for a pickup. you print the shipping label and the mailman picks tup. you can browse for the boxes you want sent to you. the total cost? 13 bucks. >> once the kids are asleep i'm watching my tv on the internet searching. that's when i do my listing of boxes, too. i bring out all the old clothes and i just roll them up and put them in a box. >> reporter: members get a brief description and premium members can pay for more detailed
a turtle. bad cheerios. and kris kristy showed everyone why he is so awesome. the gov fielded questions about the layoffs across the garden state. he asked teachers to take a one-year pay freeze and contribute 1.5% of their salaries to the healthcare. but the teacher's union balked resulting in a hiewmg budget gap, hence the layoffs. here is what happened when one teacher asked, what's up with that? >> i feel like you have alienated so many people with your rhetoric about how we are billing -- bilking this state of all of this money when i am a taxpayer and because of the budget cuts you have implemented, i am going to have a hard time paying my bills this year. >> well, a few things. first of all, i am not lamb basting the public schools. well listen, let's start with this. i sat here -- i stood here and respectfully listened to you. if what you want to do is put on a show and giggle every time i talk, i have no interest in answering your question. so if you would like to -- so if you would like to conduct a respectful conversation, i'm happy to do it. if you don't, please go and sit d
a long labor day weekend. thank you very much for waking up with us, i'm kris sanchez. >> i'm garvin thomas. ria has a quick look at the forecast. >> things will be cooling down today. right now, mid 50s. but there is some drizzle ahead in the forecast. i'll have all the details coming up in a bit. >>> the man accused of shooting a fremont police officer is set to appear in an alameda superior court today. christie smith is like in oakland with what's ahead in court for andrew barrientos. good morning. >> reporter: he is expected to answer to the ten felony charges against him including attempted murder. and the stakes are high in this. if andrew barrientos is convicted on all the counts, he could face life in prison. now, investigators say barrientos admitted shooting an officer but says he didn't know the victim was, in fact, police officer todd young of the fremont police department. police say the 20-year-old fired ten shots at plainclothes police officers part of a major crime task force in oakland. they say they were trying to arrest him on a domestic violence warrant. young, t
on this labor day across the bay area. thank you very much for joining us. i'm kris sanchez. >> i'm garvin, brent, laura and rob have the morning off. we want to get to ria taormina with the forecast. >> you know who else has off? the clouds. there aren't any outside. clear skies throughout the bay area, even along the coast where they are pretty much just about every day. it's going to be hot inland today, mid to higher 90s. sunny at the ocean beaches, the 70s. >> right now the mid to higher 50s, 56 in oakland, 58 in san jose. not much of a difference from yesterday except to the north bay where things are warmer. as the morning goes on, it will be a good one. the winds are to the very much at all. nothing to speak of. and things will be warming up quite nicely today because there are no clouds along the coast and not much of a sea breeze either. things will be different for tomorrow. back to you. >> thanks. this morning police and volunteers will continue their tedious search through a landfill looking for the body of a man, he could be the fifth victim in a killing spree last week. chri
small businesses taking aim at corporate supermarket chains. nbc bay area's kris sanchez is live to tell us about a potential price war that could turn into a food fight. kris? >> reporter: good morning to you, garvin. that's certainly something that consumers would like to see. we're here at one of the powerhouse grocery stores in the bay area, and while their prices are pretty fair, of course, anytime you bring new folks into the competition, the prices are likely to drop, and that's what folks would like to see, certainly in these difficult economic times. though in some communities, there's only one store for miles, and that could soon change according to the "contra costa times." new stores like kroger and -- kroger food company could give the powerhouse safeway a little competition. smaller specialty stores, though, want in on this game as well. stores like fresh 'n easy, and henry's farmer's market, which is coming to the bay area for the for first time. these are smaller stores which aim to offer consumers greater choice and a little competition for those mainstays in the grocery
and money and help with the clutter in the kids' closets. nbc bay area's kris sanchez said so are the owners of a site that could be right for you. >> the baby is so big and getting bigger every day. so is her 5-year-old sister, juliana. and that means mom has a growing problem, too. >> it seems like with two kids, you're always overflowing with clothe. >> piles and piles of clothes that don't fit but still have life in them. borne of this problem, a national online children's clothing swap. >> as soon as you register as a user on threadup.com, the company will send you flat-rate shipping boxes from the usps. you take the box, stuff it full of clothing and you list it on the threadup site. when someone chooses your box as a swap, the company will arrange for pickup, you print the label at home and leave it, the mailman picks it up. meantime, you can browse for the boxes that you want sent to you. the total cost, 13 bucks. >> basically once the kids are asleep, i'm watching my tv and i'm on the internet kind of searching. that's when i do my listing of boxes. i bring out all my old clothes, y
. >>> good labor day morning to you, i'm kris sanchez in for laura garcia-cannon. >> what are you doing working on labor day? >> laboring. >> i'm garvin thomas in for bre brent, ria taormina has a look at the holiday forecast. >> take a look outside, clear skies throughout the entire bay area, even along the coast and the bear area around the bay where we always have clouds in the morning. this afternoon it will be down right hot inland, mid 90s, sunny at the ocean beaches. tomorrow, of course, along with the first unofficial day of fall, there's big cooling ahead. right now our overnight numbers are warm. we didn't go that low. 56 in oakland. 59 down in san jose. more coming up in your weather in a bit. back to you guys. >>> thank you very much. mike inouye is off, so we will follow traffic for you. we expect it to be holiday light, if anything comes up, we'll let you know. >>> this labor day weekend thousands of people are enjoying a long weekend at the beach but a recent string of white shark sightings in the bay area and a few close encounters has some people thinking twice about go
's kris sanchez reports backpacks can be a real drag on the body. >> reporter: like many students, the sisters will be headed back to school soon. but their father will be keeping a close eye on how they're carrying all of their school flies. >> this is a backpack that's perfectly worn. >> reporter: he's an orthopedic spine surgeon. he says kids should only be carrying 10% to 15% of their body weight in their backpacks. the consequences can be painful. >> the backpack can not only cause back pain but it can cause neck pain, shoulder pain and mid back pain. >> reporter: muscle spasms and in the most serious cases disc degeneration. backpacks can also make worse underlying problems that need to be treated. >> whenever you have a prolonged protracted pain, it's something more significant other than just backpack use. >> reporter: the doctor says usually pain can be treated by reducing the weight and wearing backpacks correctly. straps should be worn on both shoulders to spread the weight evenly. they should be padded two inches wide and fit snuggly. >> it should be exactly worn as su
. >>> back to school can weigh on your child's mind and muscle. kris sanchez reports backpacks can be a real drag on the body. >> reporter: like many students, these sisters will be headed back to school soon, but their father will be keeping a close eye on how they carry their school supplies. >> this is a backpack that is perfectly worn. >> cannot only cause back pain, but midback pain, shoulder pain. >> reporter: other problems, leg pain and in the most serious cases, disc degeneration. backpacks can also make worse underlying problems that need to be treated. >> whenever you have a prolonged protracted pain, it's something more significant other than just backpack use. >> reporter: the doctor says usually pain can be treated by reducing the weight and wearing backpacks correctly. straps should be worn on both shoulders to spread the weight evenly. they should be padded two inches wide and fit snuggly. >> it should be exactly worn as such. but it's way low. >> reporter: this is an example of what not to do. the backpack should not hang below the child's lower back. the doctor says the bes
to this sunday before labor day. keynote continues. i'm kris sanchez here with craig herrera with a look at the forecast. it's going to be nice and toasty. >> absolutely today and more so tomorrow, kris. today and tomorrow two warmest days, people out enjoying the sunshine. not a whole lot of fog this morning. patchy fog along the coast from san francisco through sunnily veil. but most of that is in through the hills and as we go through 10:00, most of it is gone. 44 in santa rosa, not a lot of cloud cover to track the heat in. from san rafael to sonoma, lots of 50s for the rest of the bay at or about bay area. sunshine today and patchy fog along the coast. not a whole lot. with this ridge in place, the winds are coming out of the north today, so we're going to clear out early and warming up more and as this ridge gets stronger and moves to the east tomorrow. tomorrow we actually warm up with the offshore winds coming through, so the winds tomorrow become more northeasterly, and at that point we see more 90s. and at the beaches, we're in the 70s tomorrow. so very nice weekend way -- a w
with us this morning. kris, this is quite the photo. you were taking pictures. i'm guessing this is not what you anticipated having in your camera, though, at the end of the day. >> i got to tell you, i definitely was not expecting it. at least to come at me the way it did. i was definitely caught off guard by that. >> from the way i understand it, this happened really quickly, yet in that split second, you still had the wherewithal to grab your camera and take the picture. >> yes. i had always claimed that if a shark did charge me, that i would, in fact, get a picture. and then hit it as hard as i could. and luckily, i didn't blow it when it did happen. >> so you kind of planned for this situation. >> well, you always talk about stuff -- well, we do, me and my friends. just anticipating something ridiculous happening. >> and i understand, though, maybe anticipating something ridiculous, but this is sort of the shark capital in a lot of ways and your dad had given you advice about what to do if you ever came face to face with a shark. >> yeah. my dad always claims -- he watc
of this accident. kris gutierrez has been getting into all of this in new orleans. kris, what exactly is bp saying they determined went wrong down there? >> reporter: martha, we should point out it's taken bp nearly five months to issue its findings and in this 200 plus page report, bp does take some of the blame, but the oil giant is also pointing fingers. for example, bp says the cement that was used on this well failed to keep the hydrocarbons within the reservoir, the hydrocarbons, of course, the natural gases, and pointing out that failure, bp is implicating halliburton, the company that set the cement. bp is also saying that the pressure tests to determine the well's stability were misread not only by bp employees but also by transocean employees. remember, transocean owns the deepwater horizon rig that sank, the bp folks were just leasing that rig. also, bp is saying that over a 40-minute period or so the transocean employees failed to recognize and react to those hydrocarbons and in doing so, when they actually did, they say that key pieces of equipment like the blowout preventer which was
baleada ofendió a muchos. >>> a lo largo de la bandera impacta de balas, está representación del drkri catálo arista. >>> situación es se ha salido de las manos el gobierno mexicano, aún la representación la comunidad dicen que es de mal gusto. >>> para mi es una falta de respeto, es una falta de educación, si estamos viendo como están la situación, todavía le aumentamos hasta reírse pues que bárbaro. >>> esta mal porque la bandera se respeta. >>> y me da tristeza q hicieran eso. >>> la bandera se tiene que respetar. >>> está personas está ofendiendo a más personas, esta ofendiendo una nación nada más. >>> méxic está sufriendo mucho y no es casa de burla no es casa de que decir que estamos mejor y ellos tenemos que ayudarlo para que puedan salir. >>> arias de la reacción de embajada de méxico e washington d.c mandó una carta por la bueno obligación de la bandera el autor dijo que la imagen no tenía la tín tensión de ser o fn vrp. >>> guatemala aumenta el número de muertoss por la lluvias de los último días. >>> también vamos a tener todos los detalles del i
iraq. recently i got an e-mail from a colonel. his first name is kris. he's the commander of the saber forces called,fob. ford operating base in north star province in eastern afghanistan. one of the most difficult and dangerous areas to serve. he wrote to me first as a commander but also as a father and a husband and told me a little bit about how difficult it was and then he said, you know, he had all his guys read three cup office tea and really without education, whatever we do here is in vain. it's education is what we determined if these young men and women become literate patriots or illiterate terrorists and the stakes could not be higher. this comes from a united states military commander in the united states. i'll jump across the border and tell you why the stakes could not be higher. this is pakistan in 2005. 74,000 people were killed in this earthquake. 18,000 were kids going to school. most of the kids that died were younger and female because they didn't have desks so when the walls started shaking and the roof came down they perished. there was 9,000 schools destroyed or
alcalde y residente para informarles que hemos creado un fondo de 100 millones dólares dijo kris jhons. >>> dijo que el dinero, será para la re construcción de la ciudad y 50.000 dólares para cada familia que perdieron la propiedad. >>> este dinero, en debe interpretarse como la indemnización dijeron que es para ayudar a iniciar el proceso de recuperación y no se verán obligados afirmar ningún de tipo de documento. >>> no se trata de ningún engaño, este dinero es para que la familias puedan solucionar su problema ahora que lo han perdido todo. >>> la compañía dijo que aú no se sabe la causa de la explosión el equipo nacional de transporte ha comenzado a formar parte de la explosión porque sigue el mínimo procedimiento que cuando explota un avión, hoy vieron empacada 3 secciónes de la tubería para llevarla a investigación. >>> tambié la compañí p g n i dijo que serán los r responsabl de pagar el de educación tibl para toda la compaña. >>> autoridades quieren escuchar las personas que dicen haber, o led gas en el área de la explosión en los días previos a desa
: joe and jennifer montana in the house for notre dame and michigan state. dane kris hits flores for 24 yards. michigan state ties it. cousins scrambles to his right, finds washington. a 24-yard touchdown. ties it at 28. overtime. in o.t., a field goal would send it to double-overtime. it's a fake, perfectly executed. michigan state wins 34-31. the irish fall to 1-2 after this crushing defeat. >>> switch gears. the giants trying to figure out the brewers. the camera phone? man: i did. do you wanna go first? i've been waiting for this all day. ok, this is from... aunt stacey. introducing chase quickdeposit. just photograph the front and back of your check using the chase mobile app on your iphone, and hit send. it went through. this is so cool. this is so cool. you wanna try it? yea. ok. make a depositght. from anytime--make a det with your iphone. to mister and misses walker. why would they send my parents a check? chase what matters. ♪ >> mike: in the giants are clinging to first place. they send tim lincecum to the mound. second inning, lips kim -- lips kim gets magee he. they appea
. correspondent kris gutierrez is live in austin to tell us what happened. good evening. >> hello, bret. the resolution passed, by vote of 7-6. what it means for supporters the proislamic or anti-christian sentiment they feel exists in some textbooks today. it will be unacceptable, the state board of education review dozen of books and caught the attention of conservative board member done mcelroy. he found islam listed in the table of contents 27 times in world history book and christianity referenced once. >> that is why he supported this. >> my view is judaism and y christianity have the proper roles in history. but in the books you have to search for it. >> critics calling on the board to reject the resolution because they say it does nothing more than politicize education and exploit anti-muslim bigotry. >> watch out, there are guys funding these things and this is ridiculous and it's asking people to put together a spider's web that doesn't exist. >> today's resolution will impact textbooks that could end up in classrooms as early as 2012. back to you. >> bret: kris gutierrez live
in kris gutierrez, live in austin, he's been checking into this situation. what's going on here kris? >> reporter: good morning, martha. we should point out that supporters say this resolution would force textbook publishers to maintain balance regarding religion in your students' textbooks, to prevent an antichristian bias that some say exists in some textbooks today. for example, don mclaroy, conservative member of the texas state board of education says he reviewed a book that mentioned islam in the table of contents 27 times, while he found no mention of christianty. it's one example of why he supports this resolution. listen here. >> there's nothing too offensive about it. we just want to make sure, what my view is, judaism and christianty are presented with the proper role they have in world history and it's just gigantic. in the books, you have to search for it. >> reporter: now, the notion that a world history textbook would be proislamic and antichristian is just silly to some. critics are calling on the board to reject this resolution because they say it does nothing more t
exactly they place some of that blame. kris gutierrez is live in new orleans with the story. kris, what does the report have to say? >> reporter: hi jenna. we should point out it took bp nearly five months to complete these findings and release them to the public and in this 193-page report, bp does accept some of the blame, but the oil giant is also pointing fingers. for example, the cement that was used in this well, bp says that it was set by halliburton and they say that the cement did not work properly and did not contain the hydrocarbons or the natural gases from spewing out of the well itself. again, by mentioning that, bp is essentially implicating halliburton, the company that set the cement. bp is also saying that the pressure test to determine the stability was misread, not only by bp employees but also by transocean employees. we should point out also that the transocean -- that transocean actually owns the oil big. bp was leasing it. and also, finally, bp says that over a 40-minute period or so the transocean employees failed to not only recognize but react to the hydrocarb
's kris sanchez live in vallejo where law enforcement is searching a storage facility. kris? >> reporter: good morning to you, laura. i just talked to a police officer who wouldn't say how this storage unit is connected to the alleged crime spree, only that they needed to remove something that was unsafe. we know they arrived early this morning. neighbors say they saw the bomb squad here for about two hours. they also found the bodies of two missing women inside the home belonging to one of them and that her husband was taken into custody. still missing is the man. he is accused of beating his father to death. the suspect was ultimately killed by officers after a high-speed case and a foot chase at air supermarket in richmond. last night his girlfriend was found strangled and beaten in the car as well. >> thank you very much, kris. >>>t' i278:. your weather forecast after this. 8: >>> welcome back. get ready for another hot day. 90s inland. san jose, mid-90s. even san francisco and oakland, soaring into the 80s. some low 90s possible even around the inner bay. 70s on the coast. tomorrow
and bp says workers started pumping in the final shot of cement. kris gutierrez live tonight in new orleans. we heard during "studio b" today that that work had begun. >> yeah, shepard. some would say this procedure is nothing more than really just a formality. it's an important one, and here is why. admiral thad allen won't consider this well dead until it is sealed both the top and the bottom. remember they successfully plugged the well from the top in july. no new oil has leaked in the gulf until july. >> shepard: that's not to say there isn't a lot of oil out there. there is. >> there is a lot of oil out there. the best way to show that is to revisit an area we have been before. somewhere we have been in the past. three months ago during your program "studio b" we were at grand isle state park. here is what we saw. watch here. >> during high tide, look what it brushed in this morning. this is all oil. you can see how thick it is. it is almost like chocolate syrup at this hour. >> that was june 11th, shepard. here is that what same park looks like today. you won't find pools of o
the precepts, jesus kris, spoke to me in the terms of the life i want to lead. >> it's part of an effort to express his christian faith. >>> 11 people are missing after a huge mudslide hit a small down in southern mexico. hundreds were buried in the slide. but officials have backtracked. it took ten hours for soldiers and relief workers to get to the area because mud and rocks blocked the way. heavy rains have caused flooding in mexico and south america. >>> jimmy carter resumes his big book tour today after something of a health care. the 85-year-old carter was taken to a cleveland hospital yesterday, after suffering upset stomach on a flight from atlanta. he's doing fine now. but he spent the night in the hospital for observation. >>> the death toll from the california pipeline explosion has now climbed to eight. 58-year-old james franco died at a san francisco hospital yesterday. franco was in a home about 200 feet from the site of that deadly explosion. >>> in nashville, it was home, sweet, home for the grand ole opry. music returned to the famed opry house for the first time since i
. kris van cleave explains. >> with the economy struggling in millions out of work, now is not the best time to be on the job hunt. it is keeping this room very busy. >> a conservative 25% increase. >> this army captain is talking about the startling increase in the number of crabs becoming the newest recruits in northern virginia and across the country -- the number of grads becoming the newest recruits in northern virginia and across the country. >> i have problems and 500 resumes. -- -- i have probably sent in 500 resumes. >> it is really tough out there. >> the number of college graduates signing up was up 17%. among the perks -- private housing. >> i think it is because of the economy. >>. experts but u.s. -- >> one expert spoke to us via skype. >> they are not finding jobs in the labor market so they are finding jobs in the military. >> he has a master's degree but struggled to find a job. soon he will be a marine. >> it has good benefits. it is pretty secure. is -- it is a solid career choice. >> 90% of recruits have -- almost 90% of recruits have of high-school diploma. " if you
in crit kris essential city which in a post- eleven world are deeming insufficiently hardened. unlike chris kal -- crystal city, the mark center will rely on a large degree on shuttle buses. jim madalyn murray o'hair decided to zest shuttle bus service from the franconia springfield metro station. because there is no hov exit at seminary road, the test shuttle bus had to use the regular slow lanes of traffic on i-395, a trip of 7 one miles. >> this took 50 minutes. >> reporter: shuttle buses from the opposite direction would probably run more quickly like the cars on the left here because they are running counter to the rush hour flow. congressman moran wants an hov exit built at seminary road and he wants dod to pay for it. currently, no such funding is in the pipeline and the new federal employment center is scheduled to open one year from now. john henrehan, fox 5 news. >> congressman moran is also trying to talk to his fellow legislators. he wants them to limit the parking at the new facility for defense works until traffic improvements are in place. >>> checking your health aler
but a fabulous holiday forecast. you are anchoring so that must mean kris is in the traffic center. >> you got it. let's hear it. >> new hampshire avenue and missouri avenue northwest, the road there will be closed throughout the morning for an accident investigation. jump over to the cameras. outer loop in maryland no problems from 95 to 270. an then in to virginia. 95 northbound looks good dumfries to the mixing bowl. >>> president obama hits the road this week to help democratic candidates campaigning for office. right now many democrats find themselves in a fight to hold on to their seats in congress. many see the 2010 season as a referendum on the president. >> reporter: president obama will try to convince voters this week that democratic policies are working. >> to heal our economy, we need more than a healthy stock market. we need bustling main streets and a growing, thriving middle class. >> reporter: he will head to wisconsin to give a speech about the economy. on wednesday, he will visit cleveland where he will announce new steps to help small businesses. along the way the president wi
and getting off food stamps for good. kris sanchez, nbc bay area news. >>> a peninsula fifth grader is being called the pint-sized susan boyle. she showed tv audiences again that she's really got talent on the show "america's got talent." 10-year-old jackie evancho competed for a spot in the final ten with a great performance last night. ♪ >> man, listen to that voice. kim baldonado from our nbc station in los angeles has the behind-the-scenes look at the life of the little girl with the big voice. ♪ >> reporter: it's a voice people can't stop talking about. >> people will be talking about jackie for years to come. and she's one of those artists that you will remember where you were the first time you saw her perform. >> you can feel in the audience, this ground swell now of excitement when she swings. you kind of feel like you're watching the start of an amazing career. >> reporter: jackie evancho's first appearance on "america's got talent" was so powerful that people started buzzing that that amazing voice couldn't be hers. >> people were saying, it's so good, it's fwot to be fake. bu
a colonel. his first name is kris. he's the commander of the saber forces called,fob. ford operating base in north star province in eastern afghanistan. one of the most difficult and dangerous areas to serve. he wrote to me first as a commander but also as a father and a husband and told me a little bit about how difficult it was and then he said, you know, he had all his guys read three cup office tea and really without education, whatever we do here is in vain. it's education is what we determined if these yog
industry is taking. >>> good morning. i'm garvin thomas. >> i'm kris sanchez. brent and laura are off today. it's 4:30. ria taormina has a first look at our post-holiday forecast. >> i hope you were out enjoying the weather yesterday, because today is a different story. the clouds are returning, the coasting fog. typical stuff. but it was gone yesterday. today, look at these numbers. we're down 15 degrees or so from yesterday. tomorrow there may be some drizzle. more coming up in a bit. see you then. >> thank you very much. >>> and today's the day when we put mike to work, day after labor day. school's back, vacation is over. >> i'm on. >> this is your busy season. >> take us away. >> construction is light overnight. that's good news. westbound 92, though, getting out of hayward, still overnight reroute heading you down to tennisson. no major issues for folks getting off the san mateo bridge. off the peninsula side, a clear view, but we expect more folks to hit the road. it's tuesday, heaviest volume for the week as well asholiday,e a lot of folks out there. >>> a daredevil scaled the mille
saying it would likely lead to more highway deaths than lives saved in the sky. kris sanchez, bay area news. >>> the faa will take a new look at the ntsb recommendation but an agency spokesperson says, there are no plans to change those rules. >>> now, an update on our breaking news. this is live chopper video over grand and mcarthur near 580 in oakland and you can see right there, look at that! that's the mess that was made of several cars, apparently, by an out of control dump truck but we're making an assumption. we have the officer from the california highway patrol. officer eckert, thank for being with us. tell us what you know, what and and were there injuries here? >> you have the report. it appears we had a dump truck that lost it its brakes and went out of control and we had reports of striking up to ten vehicles as it came to a stop. there are reports of injuries involved. we don't have anything in terms of details of the extent of injuries but from reports none are life threatening. >> so you talked with the truck driver and he told you, i lost my brakes? >> i didn't persona
to be changed at a time of economic kris swris there's never a convenient time. i'm not going to argue whether... the other point that i think is worth making here is folks say you should have just focused on jobs. what in particular? >> charlie: the question is what should you have done that you didn't do? >> what specifically, you know, especially the irony, that complaint is often coming from folks who are worried that the administration was already too active in other dimensions anyway. it's mostly a question of what could congress have been doing and that comes back to the fact i think you had max out what congress was willing to do with regard to stimulus. what else did you want them doing in that time. >> charlie: david brooks argues this. i'll give credit where credit is due. he felt there was a perception in the country that the administration did so much that there was some unease and it enhanced the unease about where the country was going. that somehow sort of too much to soon was not the right way to go. on the other hand, you had the chief of staff saying, you know, you can't fai
an identity kris. the pitching? dominating. tonight they just added to it. thanks to tim lincecum looking like the two-time sighcy award winner that he is. timmy knocks him off his seat. perfect through five, but in six, the first allowed by jimmy, we got another hit. 1-0, rockies. two hits in the eight innings. justin posy is on for dustin pearl. the giant go up 2-1. ryan wilson would get his 45th save and they hold on. the rockies now a game and a half back, so the giants guaranteeing they'll remain in first but by how much? that would depend on the padres who hosted the reds at petco tonight. reds on top, bases loaded. the big time of the last two runs are going to score. the padres take a 4-3 lead and that is your final so they are still a half game behind the giants. >>> seven games back with a three-run series. the players aren't giving up just yet, not with the rangers in town this weekend. so to quote dallas braden, i don't hear the fat lady singing yet. they're going to need a sweep, though. top seven, doing his best fat lady impression for the rangers. the rangers magic number is now
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